New Hampshire CLE Requirements
New Hampshire attorneys are required to complete 12 hours of CLE each year. At least 2 hours must be in the areas of Attorney Client Disputes, Ethics, Malpractice Prevention, Professionalism, or Substance Abuse. Attorneys must earn the required MCLE credits by June 30th and report by August 1st each year.
Attorneys may carryover up to 12 hours of CLE credit to the following year.
New Hampshire attorneys may earn all 12 hours of CLE through online courses.
New Hampshire does not pre-approve CLE programs nor CLE providers for credit. Therefore, New Hampshire attorneys are responsible for determining whether a CLE program is eligible for credit, based on New Hampshire Supreme Court Rule 53.
About Our CLE Requirements Guide
This information is for general informational purposes only. Each state has specific CLE rules and regulations, which may not be fully reflected on our site. Please contact your state's CLE regulator to determine your specific rules and requirements.